Title: Ransom

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At Screening: “Battle Agitato No.48” by Shepherd
  2. In The Hope of Peace: “Reverie d’Amour” by D’Aquin
  3. Louise Brewster: “Joyous Spirits” by Savino
  4. Louise Sits On Desk: “Shannon River” by Friml
  5. Oliver Lincoln: “Whistling Rufus” by Mills
  6. News of Meredith’s Discovery: GANG THEME “Looms of Fate” by St. Saens
  7. Child At Window: “Poupee Valsante” by Poldini
  8. Bobby Saying Prayers: “Mighty Lak’A Rose” by Nevin
  9. After Dinner: LOVE THEME “All Day Long” by Stanley
  10. Telephone Rings: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  11. Oliver Telephoning: “Agitated Hurry” by Berge
  12. There’s Nothing We Can Do: “Sicilian Vespers” by Verdi
  13. Wu Fong and Gang: Repeat Gang Theme No.6
  14. Early The Next Evening: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  15. Bobby, I Can’t Find Him: “Astir” by Berge
  16. Chinaman Appears: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  17. On A Deserted Street: “Implorations” by Pasternack
  18. A New Poison Has Been Invented: “Silent Night” by Rebikov
  19. Bruce In Laboratory: “Dramatic Scene” by May
  20. Oliver Sees Shadow: “Treacherous Knave” by Zamecnik
  21. Oliver Starts To Pursue Chinaman: “Sarabande Perpetuelle” by Bradford
  22. Chinaman Tinkering With Latch On Door: “Witchcraft” by Becce
  23. That Night Was Like: “Chinatown, My Chinatown” by Schwartz
  24. Louise Enters Room: “Fingal’s Cave” by Mendelssohn
  25. Chinaman Enters Doorway: “Implorations of Neptune” by Massenet
  26. Good Evening: “Furioso No.4” by Bergunker
  27. Police Appear: “Wild Chase” by Becce
  28. Oliver, What Are You Going To Do?: Repeat No.5 “Whistling Rufus”

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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